“The day will come when we break the ball.”

The St. Louis Cardinals won 5-4 after an overtime match against the 2023 Major League Pittsburgh Pirates held at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, USA on the 17th (Korean time). St. Louis is 7-9, and Pittsburgh is 9-7, 4th and 3rd in the Central Division of the National League, respectively.

The match continued with the flow of St. Louis chasing after Pittsburgh ran away. Pittsburgh took the lead in the top of the first inning with a triple by leadoff batter Ki Brian Hayes and a sacrifice fly by Brian Reynolds. St. Louis tied the game with Wilson Contreras’ timely hit in the bottom of the first inning with two out on first and second base.토토사이트

Pittsburgh added one point each in the second and sixth innings. In the top of the 2nd inning, Austin Hayes scored a point with a timely hit from 2nd out, 1st and 2nd base, and in the 6th inning, with 2nd out, 1st and 3rd base, second baseman Brendan Donovan made a catch error, and Canaan Smith and Eunjiba scored. However, St. Louis balanced the game with Lars Nuthba’s two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth.

Both teams failed to score in the regular innings afterwards, leading to an overtime game. In the top of the 10th inning, Pittsburgh took the lead with Smith Njiba’s first baseman grounder with one out and third base.

And the St. Louis attack in the bottom of the 10th. St. Louis took the third chance to load bases in the game that day. In the bottom of the 4th inning, with 1 out and bases loaded, St. Louis blew a chance with Edmon’s double play, and in the bottom of the 8th inning, with 2 out and bases loaded, Jordan Walker withdrew with a floating ball to center fielder.

However, he did not miss his third chance. Edmund struck down Will Crow’s first pitch and made a finishing hit to center fielder Bae Ji-hwan. In the end, St. Louis laughed.

St. Louis’ batting average in scoring position has been poor this season. USA’MLB.com’ said, “St. Louis was frustrated because they couldn’t use most of the scoring opportunities this season.” “St. Louis is tied for 5th in team batting average, tied for 5th in on-base percentage, and 7th in OPS, but the scoring position batting average was only 0.245. I stayed at number 22,” he said.

After the game, Edman said, “Obviously, we played a few games where we didn’t have good hitting accessibility. But lately it’s been better. I feel like there’s no ups and downs. We’ve had a lot of games like today’s game. We had a lot of chances, but , I couldn’t save it,” he said.

“There will come days when we can’t hit the ball the way we want it to go, but there will come a day after that when we break the ball completely,” Edman added.

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